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About Ajax for Lotus Notes Domino

Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) is a programming language that can be used by Lotus Notes Domino developers to create interactive Web applications. The main goal of using Ajax is to make Web pages load quicker and increase their interactivity, functionality and usability. These tips, tutorials and best practices will get you up to speed on Ajax and teach you how to succesdfully implement it in Lotus Notes Domino applications.